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Hello all,

I would like to present You some of my pictures of CBD, made from different perspectives and in various dates and time. Quality is not the best (my handphone camera) so please, assess their composition instead:) I was doing my best to take balanced and clear pics, just tell me whether I have potential...

Ok, lets begin!
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/c566d4d9ef988216.html
^^ Taken from bumboat
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/ee7f01beb0924224.html
^^ From DHL Baloon
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/c829af044c83e3da.html
^^ Beside Esplanade
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/3751c185af809332.html
^^ From Bumboat
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/beb188799cc7e7c8.html
^^ From Marina Bay
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/fac09ebcb505dcad.html
^^ From ECP
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/400d2ed6a5a34e6f.html
^^ From Padang

And my very best:
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/aab3fedaf6f648ed.html
^^ Beside Merlion, obviously...

Sorry for quality again...

Thats all, please enjoy!
 

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Image quality and compositional skills together with knowledge of reading the light are integral part of urban photography. Your photos can't rally be assessed due to the poor image quality. If you insist on an assessment, all I can say is that those are really poorly taken photos. One major flaw besides the quality would be the tile horizon. I suggest you visit www.clubsnap.org for more info on photography.
 
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Are u born in 1991???
Yes, I am :) I'm from Poland, but I live here since january.. I luv this city!:cheers:

Image quality and compositional skills together with knowledge of reading the light are integral part of urban photography. Your photos can't rally be assessed due to the poor image quality. If you insist on an assessment, all I can say is that those are really poorly taken photos. One major flaw besides the quality would be the tile horizon. I suggest you visit www.clubsnap.org for more info on photography.
Ok, thanks for advice! I'll have to get camera better than hanphone's camera ;) Soon I'll try to post some better quality pics!

Thanks a lot for replies!
 
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^^ All right Boss! :) You'll get some in few weeks! I already started to save money to buy a decent camera. Avatar is my pic btw:banana:
 
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New Pics

Hi! I finally got a new camera... Yesterday evening I set off for CBD again - this is how the effects are:
































How do you like it?
 
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^^ Thanks! But its all one evening, taken between 17:30 and 21:00 ;) BTW pics are not placed in order they were taken in.. Enjoy!
 

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^^ Thanks! But its all one evening, taken between 17:30 and 21:00 ;) BTW pics are not placed in order they were taken in.. Enjoy!
Nowadays the sky is usually cloudy and overcast due to the La Nina weather pattern. The lack of sunlight makes photos appear dull and liveless so I have resisted taking pics lately.

The best time for taking pics is when the sun is bright and the sky cloudless. Bright yellowish early morning sunlight is probably the nicest for taking pics of buildings, I think.
 
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^^Thank you all! I know weather wasn't nicest, but I was rushing to test my new camera - it's awesome! Soon I'll take and upload more pics..
 
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Hyacinthus, that looks really good now! I think my brother have CS 3, I'll ask him to lend me this ;)

Encon, I'm so glad you like this :) I'll take more pictures very soon, not only in CBD...
 

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Nowadays the sky is usually cloudy and overcast due to the La Nina weather pattern. The lack of sunlight makes photos appear dull and liveless so I have resisted taking pics lately.

The best time for taking pics is when the sun is bright and the sky cloudless. Bright yellowish early morning sunlight is probably the nicest for taking pics of buildings, I think.
Yup...from my experience, morning sun and evening sun make pics appear nicer. But even on a cloudy day, enhancing your pics with software can do the trick. I usually, saturate, sharpen and contrast them.
 
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^^Sorry for a little Off Topic - so during a normal year, are there fewer rainy and cloudy days?
 

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I dont have the figures, but the weather can be quite erratic. It can be really hot and sunny one minute, and then change into thundery showers within 10 min.

My guess is that there is both an abundance of sunshine and rain all year round.
 
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